Archive for the ‘Exports’ Category

Argentine wines gain ground in the Caribbean and Central America

March 13, 2013 by María Eugenia Aznar

In 2012, Caribbean and Central American countries accounted for 2.4% of total bottled wine exports of Argentina. With respect to 2011, 2012 revealed an 11% increase in turnover and 5% in volume.

Australia reverts its strategy and bets on the United States

March 11, 2013

Focused on the USD 15 – USD 19.99 price segment, the wine industry of this country will try to capture again the markets it lost. Moreover, a communication campaign is in the works in this country for 2014.

How will the U.S. bulk wine demand be in 2013?

February 6, 2013 by María Elena Graffigna

Undoubtedly, bulk wine was the driving force of Argentine exports, growing by 70% in volume between 2011 and 2012. However, there are uncertainties for next year, mainly on the part of United States. Whereas Italy and Spain are the “new buyers”

Good prospects for the Argentine must

February 4, 2013 by Ma. Soledad González

With firm prices and a scenario forecasting a steady demand, Argentina could export a minimum of 150 thousand tons. Some must-producing companies buy grape from other producers.

What are the 20 Argentine wines conquering China?

January 25, 2013 by Juan Diego Wasilevsky

China is one of the most dynamic markets for Argentine wineries. Only some examples stand out. See all them here.

Argentina consolidates its exports in the Ultra Premium segment

January 23, 2013 by María Elena Graffigna

Wineries aim at moving their exports to the highest price ranges in order to recover the profitability lost due to the exchange rate. Latin America and Asia are the two destinations propelling the growth.

Argentine wines gain ground in Switzerland

January 18, 2013 by María Eugenia Aznar

66% of the wine consumed in this country is imported. Argentina is in third place and, in terms of volume, is the fourth most important market behind France, Italy and Spain. During the first 9 months of last year, its average price amounted to USD 43.8 per case.

The 100 most successful Argentine wines in the world

January 2, 2013 by Juan Diego Wasilevsky

In times of difficulties, due to cost increase and loss of profitability, some brands manage to resist the “storm” and come out to conquer palates abroad. Get access to the ranking of consulting firm MRT.

In a year, Argentina shipped to Mexico 3 more million dollars than in 2011

December 19, 2012 by Marianela Irene Bello

Bottled wine exports to this country grew by 24% in value and 18% in volume. Likewise, Mexico is Argentina’s 8th leading destination in terms of value.

The “revival” of Merlot in the non-traditional markets

December 10, 2012 by Laura Saieg

The consumption of this variety is growing in countries such as Colombia, China, Russia and Sweden, whereas it falls in France, Italy, United Kingdom, and United States. Argentine exports go with both trends.